Exploration ‘nuclear option’, windy business, and decom down under
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Mark and Ed are away, so the digital journalists will… play…? Yes, it’s a new line-up on this episode of Energy Voice Out Loud, on which Allister takes the hotseat, Hamish takes the windy seat, and Damon takes the Southeast Asia seat and makes the team jealous about the weather.

The trio dive in to speculation this week that the government could take the ‘nuclear option’ of ending new North Sea exploration – talking the likelihood of it happening and the potential fallout if it did. 

Then it’s some altogether more positive chat, with some big contract wins for offshore wind in the UK; North Star has bagged a big deal, so what about lucrative manufacturing work in Scotland? 

And making his triumphant return to the pod, Damon Evans takes us to Australia, where a sizeable decommissioning prize awaits…

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